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in Vatting

Loss of Johnson

least,
with

land.
is for

- Jackson
an-Baker

to-
15,
34,

Buell,

More than twenty of the men that
survived the cut were out in suits
yesterday afternoon and went through
the regular fielding and batting prac-
tice, in Waterman gymnasium.
Scheidler, Wescott, Gariepy, Ruz-
icka, and Glenn were used by Coach
Lundgren in the box, while Heidler,
Morrison, and Mraz caught them. A
big improvement in the batting has
been shown by the whole squad. The
men are just beginning to get their
eyes on the ball and are banging out
everything that is offered up to them.
The pitchers are not putting any-
thing on the bafl as yet, however, and
are relying on their fast ball to give
the stick men some. practice and per-
haps this is where the secret of the
heavy hitting lies.
In the fielding end of the workouts,
the men have been handling the ball
in good shape on the hard smooth
floor of the gymnasium, but under the
circumstances it is hard to judge the
squad's ability. As soon as the men
get outside and working on the dirt
diamond, some difference will appear
in the handling of grounders, and
then, and only then, will it be possible
to make any predictions as to the
fielding ability of the infielders and
outfielders.
There will be no practice this after-
noon according to Coach Lundgren.
The men have been working hard
throughout the week and they are to
be given a rest.

Johnson, Michigan's indomitable
track star, is coming into his own. At
least, if the jealousy of other colleges
is indicative of one's prowess, he is
getting his reward.
In a recent issue of the Cardinal,
the paper published at the Univ'ersity
of Wisconsin,.there was a long article
bewailing the fact that Wisconsin, so
the story runs, might easily have had
this brilliant performer instead of
Michigan. All the blame for this mis-
fortune is placed upon the Conference
rule which prohibits a member of any
college department to even write a
letter to a prospective athlete. The
article goes on to say that Wisconsin
is the only school which strictly ad-
heres to this ruling, and because of
this loses many a promising young
athlete.
To judge from this article the Mich-
igan track team, and especially John-
son, are attracting the attention of
the other western universities. 14 is
to be hoped that their showing dur-
ing the remainder of the season will
merit- this attention, and that the
Wolverines will make their return to
the Conference a signal for a success-I
ful year on the cinders.j
There l ialways' an opportunity to
increase your business through Daily
adertising. Try it.-Adv.
You will always find bargains is
Daily advertisements. Read them.

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The four senior laws, Samue
Cohen, Lester S. Hecht, R. A.
and Neal D. Ireland, who are lea
with the naval auxiliary may be
to receive their degrees by atten
a summer session upon their ret
Although they will receive no cr
for their work of this semester t

MADISON AVENUE COR. VORTY-FOURTH STRE
NEW VW
Telephone Murray Hill 8800
Our representative will be at the
HOT$IL PONTCHARTRAIN, DHTROIT

rdles-Chicago-
Nicely 8, Annan
chigan-Johnson
lin 22.
yard dash--Chi-
rstein 1, Annan
gan-Forbes 26,
8, Stolf 29.
-Earle 17, Ann-
Michigan-Cross

on
Monday and
t March i8th
with Samples of Read
Furnishings, Ha

.,-A

Send for Ilustraled Catalogue
Uniforms for Officers in the Service
of the United States

yard run-
10, McCosh
Michigan-
langley 30,1

BOSTON SALES -OFFICES
TREMONi CON. BOYLSTON SREET

21

Eight lap relay-Chicago- Feuer-
in 1, Curtiss 5, Annan 4, Kennedy
Henry 3, Buckman 2. Michigan-
rbes 26, Stoll 29, Zoellin 22, Mess-
r 28, Kruger 27, Cook 23.
Officials
Referee and starter-.Dr. George A.
y (Yale).
"lerk of course-Sid Millard. -
ssistant clerks - G. B. Pearson,
mes Clark, Harry Cossett.
crack judges-W. F. Vernon (Pur-
e), Don May (Mich.), H. C. Carver
ich.)
rield judges- Otto Hans (Mich.),
in W. Boyd (Mich.), H. L. Carroll
Leh.), J. O. Goodsell (Mich.)
knnouncer-J. J. Poleski.
corers- H. E. Schimmel, C. O.
n, F. Thieme.
Fimers-Prof. Evans Holbrook (Le-
d Stanford), Carl L. Lundgren (Ill-
is), Elmer Mitchell (Mich.), Prof.
A. Stagg, (Chicago), S. J. Farrell.
rish Students Not to Hold Services
ecause of the Union services, the
rish Students' congregation will
hold its regular services tomor-
r night. No meeting will be held
following Sunday as the members
I be guests of the Young Peoples'
lety of Temple Beth-El, Detroit.

Minnesota Forms
Unique ,Jail Club
Students at the University of Min-
nesota are organizing what promises
to be the most unique club of its
kind in any university or college in
the world. This is a club for stu-
dents and faculty members who have
serv'ed terms in prison. Already it
contains two members from the facul-
ty, one of whom who, by the length
of time which hd has looked out from
behind prison bars, has been elected
honorary president.
Prof. Jules Frelin of the romance
language department, is the honorary
president of the club. He served his
term as a requisite for membership
in 1888, when he was confined for
four weeks in a French military pris-
on for failure to serve in the French
army. This occurred in Alcase-.Lor-
raise, and~ after his prison term was
up, hurried post-haste to this coun-
try.
The other faculty man who has been
admitted to the unique organization is
W. N. Sternburn, secretary of the
chemistry school. He was secretary
of the Root mission to Russia. Being
a Russian, he was cast into prison
for reasons similar to those that ap-
plied to Professor Frelin.
Applications from the students have
not as yet been coming in with the
rapidity to be'expected from a univer-
sity body.
ANN ARBOR IANUFACTURERS
BUSY WITH GOVERNDIENT WORK

a*&f

I

Owing to the nasty weather and
Bad Roads Thursday

Dollar

Da-

will be continued

Hundreds of our customers could not a

this Sale

Thursday on account of the
SAT URDAY

will be the greatest day of all.

Store full of RICH DOLLAR DAY BARGAI
Extra sales people will giVe you special att
tion.
200 NEW SPRING COATS ON SALE

$$ t
.0

Many orders for war supplies are
daily being placed with Ann Arbor
manufacturers by the government.
Several o' the leading manufacturing
companies of the city are confining
their work chiefly to the filling of
these orders.
Probably the Hoover Steel Ball
company and Eberbach & Son are do-
ing the greater share of this work as
the government orders now consti-
tute about 75 per cent of the work
done by the Hoover people and Eber-
bach & Son are making scientific in-
struments for all branches of the
army.
The apparatus for the bacteriologi-
cal station at Camp Custer was furn-
ished by Eberbach & Son and they are
now at work on apparatus for testing
of explosives and poisonous gases.
Some of the other companies in the
city engaged on war orders are the
e Machine Specialty company, and the
Parker Manufacturing company.

7

SATURDAY

] Come Early-Store open at 8:30, closes at 9 p. n
THE BUSY STORE

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1

May Festival Ti

DETROIT WAR RELIEF WORKER
TO ADDRESS MENORA I MEETINM
Mr. David A. Brown of Detroit, pres-
ident of the General lce Delivery com-
pany and member of the War Pre-
paredness board of Detroit, will ad-
dress the Menorah society at a meet-
ing to be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow
night in the Bible Chair house.
Mr. Brown was a member of the
committee to raise $10,000,000 in this
country for the relief of the Jews in
the war zone. He has taken an active
part in that campaign in New -York
city as a member of the committee of
which Jacob Billikof was chairman.
Mr. Brown wil speak on some social
phase in connection with his activities

Mail Orders for Block "B" and "C"
ceived. They will be filled in ord
Public Sale of Block "B" $5.50 e
"cover coupon" is exchanged) I
lum 8:00 o'clock A. M. (Easte

ARSAVINGS STAMPS
ISSUED BY THE
UkflTED STATES
GOVERN*MENT

SATURDAY, MAR

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